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Heating up..clothes not getting dry just warm and damp

I already cleaned out all of the vents and I tested the sensor which did not a show a problem Next I need to know if it is the Burner coils (13/14) how do I check and if I purchase them are they easy to replace without a service tech. I love out on the country and the nearest neighbor with a dryer is 10 min and the nearest town is 35 min. HELP!

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The valve coils??? ifyour burner is firing ,the heat cycle is good, but yes it is possible that the coilsheat up after being on for 20-30 min adn then willl stop opening the valve thus no dry..

279834 set of valve coils, unplug the unit and remove the 2 philips screws holding down the set on the valve, easy repair, cost you about 20 bucks for the set.
UNPLUG UNIT BEFORE SERVICING

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